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Bulldog Imd Tiger Start Preparations for Saturday's Battle in the Bowl
Kempton Runs Seventy Yards
For Touchdown at Yale
Quarterback's Performance Feature of Snappy Prac?
tice Which Puts Coaches in Jovial Frame of Mind ;
Allen and Robinson Struggling for End Position
NEW HAVEN*, Conn., Nov. 11.?Yale opened its scrimmage prac?
tice on the week of the Princeton game by driving the regulars ami the
Mcond eleven through twenty-minute playing periods each. Both teams
faced the scrub. The first eleven made two touchdowns, and the second
<?ne. All three scores were registered in marches which covered seventy
jards without once losing the ball.
The sec?n?! touchdown resulted from'
a seventy-yard run from kick-off, Quar- !
tcrback Herbert Kempton catching the
ball, which had been booted by Eddie
Gaillard, at the varsity thirty-yard
mark, and raced through the entire
ncrub team, dodging three ticklers and
throwing ofT three more who grabbed
but could not hold or topple him.
The work of the varsity put the
coaches in a jovial frame of mind. In
no afternoon's practice in \\ >eks has
the varsity attack been so effective, and
the coaches believe that Princeton will
not be able to check it next Saturday.
The style of game which was played
to-day was varied in execution, the
scrub appearing bewildered by the un?
expectedness of several of the playa
Which were uncovered.
following the scrimmaging there was
? long drill of dummy football, in
which the varsity and the second team
lined up against each other to walk
through formations without tackling or
strenuous scrimmaging. There were no
5.?juries, and the coaches will breathe
freely if the eleven can finish to
morrow's practice without, harm to any
,, ?.,. regulars.
To-morrow'a work will be the last .
mmage practise before the Prince?
ton game, and next, week, which will
bring the season to a close with the
Harvard match, will witness only one
day's scrimmage practise, which will
probably be held on Wednesday.
? nances of injury being received in
practise are therefore regarded as
er small, and the coaches now o>*
pei ? to be able to send against both
Princeton and Harvard the strongest
.11 which could be constructed from
material at hand when the season
i- ed with the exception of Thorne
Murphy, the drop-kicking specialist,
?? . ? pected to ! held in re
i ? . ? Id goal ? mergency.
.- was in togs this afternoon
for I I - . ti me since h? w a -, re
: oved in the Boston Co lege game, but
,. .i i.. ? practise, and it is out of the
tion to expect him to play against
Princeton and rather unlikely that he
will be used against Harv . d,
In the battle between the second
t? an* and the scrub the coaches told
the second eleven it could take all the
downs necessary to rash the hall for
core, but the men did not lose the
leather in covering tht enl ? di '.
t ? the scrubs' citadel. Donald Well
*. ho was playing fu ?back, ploughed
for the tally, and Paul
thing of a rush line shake-up
into effect in the varsity mak? -
? ' ' and Jol n Acosta be
t to the left
?_. while Carter Gait and Tom Dick
mi ved to I ? er si le. P -
Allen v..i i a i gl t ? nd for the 'i i -1
time in two weeks, dividing the play
? g period with Barclay Robinson,
'- ho.-c work s? - atches that of
tring elec n, Alien, that
rathei ndecided y : ?
of the pair to start
ieville was rest' d, bu1 v. ill prob?
ably start to morrow's scrimmaging.
;. i wat nstalled in hi pla? e ; I
halfback, and M le? Im Aldi ich iva:;
right. It vas significant that
Donald ( ampbell played oh the second
1 ?am. li?- coaches regard Lay. Camp?
anil Aldi ii ?oui equally vai?
lle for the right halfback berth,
which is the onlj p isition on the eleven
which is unsettled.
Fred Webb's injury has made it un?
likely that the coaches will start him
?gainst tin- Tigers, although they may
Use him for part of the Harvard game.
With this exception, the Vale eleven
will probably start the Princeton bout
.vu-' .- as faced the scrub this
a ?, ?
I ?- -, ? , line-up was as follows:
Lefl ? d. B? inhardl ; left tackle,
Walker; lefl guard. Acosta; centre,
Captain Callahan; tight guard, (2
j ight ' ekle, Dicken ; right end, AU? n
2, Kempton ;
left halfback, Lay; right halfback,
Aldrich; fullback, Brad? n.
Betting v.\ the Va?-i'r.nce'en game
has suffered a slump, For some reason
the Tigers aro failing to cover the Yale
money, which has been offered at even
terms, and Yale is being forced to con
i?ede odds of 5 to 3, and even 2 to 1 in
rome cases, to get Eli cash in touch
?with Tiger coin.
His Judgment in
Starting in anew, the Columbia foot?
ball squad yesterday got down to work
in preparation for the hard contest
with Wesleyan at South Pie Id Satur?
day These two schools are old rivals,
and the Blue and White players, filled
with a new determination after the
confusion of the last few days, are
<.ut after Wesleyan'a scalp. At a meet?
ing yesterday Jack Kennedy, the newly
elected captain, spoke to the students.
Fred Dawson. coach of the local
eleven, in a talk with newspaper nun
'ast night, answered the charges of
poor judgment on his part in taking
?'anapary and Shaw out of t'.to Stevens
game. He said that Shaw, v h >, it has
beon learned, fractured ' lulder in
g wit the us?
f his left arm. t .. lapary, t? o, had i< -
? -?-.ed a era? ?. oi his bad shou 1er. At
it * mo, said Dawson, a blow on the
houlder would have dislodged the ball,
^ot wishing to take any chances, he
?ent in Eccles and Johnston, who he
thought would have a better chance of
taking the bail over.
> To the charges of poor playing by
the team in general he told of the
noor condition of the men previous to
he contest. Towers, Scovil, Hinch and
'?Vetnsteln were all bothered with in
?uriea. Thornton was taken out of the
game with a broken leg five minutes
i fter ^ play started. Shaw. Can apa ry
nd Forsyth? all played with injurie',
i?>' will keep them out of the game
or another week or two, while Quig
oba ? ?
. f the s?-a ion I octoi *. it also
.1 doubtful if Shaw or Forsyth.? will
be able to play Saturday.
Yesterday the men practiced against
Poly Prep in a long grind, with the
following line-up: Weinstein and Ken?
nedy, ends; Scovil ?nd Stockhammer,
?acules; Modarrcli and Davis, guards;
Herman, center: Ecclea, quarterback;
Applebaom, fullback, and Johnston and
To? Farreii at the halve**
To Coach Harvard
For Yale Struggle
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Nov. 11.?
Because of Harvard's poor show?
ing against Princeton on Saturday
a hurry rail was sent to Percy
Uaughton appeared at the lield
Uaughton, former head coach of the
to-day and is expected to assume
command of the local situation from
now on. He will seek immediately
to ect the forwards to charge more
viciously and with more coordina?
tion than they did in the game with
Much work is also needed in per?
fecting the interference for the
hacks. Casey was nailed time and.
again Saturday because of weak in?
terference, and most of his gains
were made without help from the
Unable to Score
With Yale Plays
Special Corn spondence
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 11.?There
are many football player.1', on this
year's Harvard team who never before,
until to-day, had seen Percy Uaughton i
in action. This afternoon the former
Crimson coach trekked down H) .Sol?
diers' Field and put his shoulder to
the wheel for a time. He did a good
day's work and he will com?.' out again
soon to i,eo how his lessons are-sink-:
The coaches ordered a real scrim-'
mag" between' the substitutes und the ;
scrubs. The latter outfit was working !
on Yak's formations, but did not
have success enough to score during1
mare than an hour's play. The 'var- .
sity ripped through often, but scored i
only once, then using every down al
lowed to carry '.he ball over twenty
five yards <>;' ground, after intercept- j
ii?5T a forward pass made by the scrubs.
The playera were driven harder than
for several weeks, Gratwick, however.
b( ing iii" only man who played against i
l'a ?i :i -on who got a share of the work.
The ends were, drilled hard, and it is j
likely that Weatherhcad, Ryan or pos?
sibly Phinney will have a full day's
chance to make a showing against
Tufts to warrant a 'varsity position in]
the Yale came.
Billy Murray and "Babe" l'elton, the
quarterbacks, were out kicking, and
several o the other 'varsity players
who "will star work again to-morrow'
were on the field watching the prac
Gratwick, Lancaster and Church
comprised the first set of backs, but
all the others were eventually used.
Caswell and then Philbin played cen?
ter, the latter for a short time only.
Ryan and Frothingham were the ends,
.and irom tackle to tackle the order
was Faxon, Brown, Thorndike and Hub
(lorjirll Now Is Aiming
To Develop Offensive
ITHACA, N. V., Nov. 11;?In order to
de\ ?lop a greater punch inside of an
opponent's 5-yard line, the Cornell
varsity team was given n long drill
i.n offensive play tins afternoon, put?
ting the ball in play on the scrub ?-yard
line and going over quite often. Penn
State comes here Saturday.
Captain Shiverick was laid off from
scrimmage work and Mackenzie and
Shuler ctiled signals. Sliuler played at
'"ullback i'or the first time since the
Dartmouth game, and seems to have
completely recovered from the injuries
that have kept him out of practice.
Mayer, the right halfback, is not yet
able to play. There were no changes
in the line except that Knauss was un?
able to play left tackle.
Charley Barrett lias rejoined the
coaching staff, and will be here all
Wonder What a Prince Thinks About - bvbriggs
(Copyright, 1919, New York Tribune Ino.)
N. Y. U. Warriors
Drill Three Hours
For Stevens (?ame
Following t. day of virtual rest, New
York University's football squad '.vent
back to the grind yestjrday afternoon ?
on Ohio Field with a three-hour drill ?
in preparation for the game with Stev- !
ens Tech Saturday. The New York- '
er? expect their hardest opposition of
the season and are leaving no stone:
unturned to be in the best, shape pos?
sible for this conte
The practice session yesterday be-1
gun with a long drill in getting down
ueder punts, as this seemed to be the
Violet's chief weakness in last wek's
game with the Union. Captain Cann
and Jim Storey alternated in the kick?
ing, and their spiral averaged fifty
yards. The men thus were given a
hard workout with the tackling dummy,
and following this the scrubs lined up
against the varsity for a light scrim?
mage until darkness called a halt to
After supper Coach Cargan gave his
charges ix. blackboard talk and ex?
plained some new formations which ho
j will save for the Columbia game on
j The Violet will be weakened in their
: game against Stevens by the abs< nee
, of .lack Adams, left end. Adams, who
' had returned to the line-up onlv ten
! days ago, after being laid up with an
j infected abscess below the right knee,
! is in the infirmary again with a sim?
ilar ailment below his left knee. How
j ever, he is expected to be in shape for
the Columbia contest. Parkhurst will
j probably take Adams's place against
Captain Ewen of Navy
Back at Eml Position
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. IT--Coach
: Dobie began to expand bis instruction
of the Naval Academy football squad
! this afternoon, and from now until the
game against the Army, on November
I 29, the time will be used to develop a
' wide variety of plays, such as the team
lacked Saturday in its game against
Ceorgetown. Practice was on n muddy
field and consisted largely of forma?
tions and scrimmaging, with a con
I stantly changing line-up.
Captain Eddie Ewen was at his old
j position of right, end, taking part in
| the playing for the first time in three
?weeks, while Alford, one of the best
i backs, is rapidly getting bark into
; shape and is increasing his work every
afternoon. Koehler, who took Alford's
place in the backfield, will be otu of
t he game for a day or two on accc unt
Heard on College Gridirons
By Ray McCarthy I
Syracuse football followers were
highly elated last week when Jack Ma
lone, captain-elect of the team for 1918,
joined tho football r.quad. Malone
broke a leg in a baseball game last
summer and was prevented from get?
ting into gridiron togs until last week,
\V! ile it is probably too ?ate :'. i Ja i
: a regular berth, c 11 be read?
to jump in should he be needed.
The fleetfooted youngster has lost
none of his ability or speed, as he
showed in the Bucknell game. The
coaches started Jack at quarter in place
of Ackley, and the way he drove the
team brought joy to the mentors. It
is possible that he may be substituted
: for Ackley in the Colgate game Satur
; day or used at halfbnck. In any event
I it is certain he will get into the fray
before the wind-up. And when he does
? Colgate will have its hand? full trying
to stop him.
.v ? one of the V. bro ? i
? I i i -lie game to-daj. More
. lifty k cker, both in
?.:.'.i goal kicking. Ht can hit a lin?
ono of the few that car
throw the forward pass wh.ile ot: the
nere is one play that hasn't beer
mentioned and which probably hasn't
been made by any other man this sea
son. In the last period of the Lehigh
Pittsburgh game Davies, the star half
back of the Pittsburgh team, punted tc
Herrington, of Lehigh, and then went
down and tackled his opponent aftei
the runner had gone less than ten
Notre Dame was playing for more
than the lone victory against the Army
last Saturday. Its triumph over the
cadets ineans that the plans of the
team to journey to the Pacific Coast
after the season will now be carried
out. The Hoosiers will play the cham?
pions of the Coast on New Year'? Di ;
:?: Pasa iena, Gal.
Brown and the U. of P. 'nave made
, the same trip and have been defeated.
? Notre Dame is going to try to turn the
jtablc-s this year on the Far esterners.
and feels that it has a good chance.
I The Gold and Blue will play two or
threo teams on the way out, one of
? which will probably be the University
| of Texas,
A football fan of Philadelphia writes
i to us to name the five leading football
I players in order of their rank in the
last twenty years. Whew! .Seme order!
Naming but live is an impossibility, as
there are at lea.-* twenty-live who
c ' . bt ut equal merit. Th is i
pul forwai'd, bul n ?th the qua
that others would nanti dift'c re:
tets, .vhich would undoubtedlj ? . a
good: Jim Thorpe, Carlisle, hall ack;
Eddie Mahan, Harvard, halfback; Ton.
Shevlin, Yaie, end; Truxton Hare,
Penn, guard, and Harold Weeks, Co?
It might also be mentioned that two
; better quarterbacks than Walter Ecker
I sail, of Chicago, and Charlie Daly, now
coach of the Army, never existed. When
j one start? picking out star players he
! begins to tread on dangerous ground.
(( opyright, 1919, Nevj York Tribune Inc ?
Buy we a ticket, to Boston.
To dear old Sullivan Square;
? For the Irishmen ?'old a picnic.
And, begorra, I'll sure be there.
tjn Soldiers' Field is the quarrel.
The gory and terrible fray;
When Callaban tackles Casey,
May the best wan win, I say.
?1 hen Kirkpatrick dives at Ryan,
When liraden and Desmond clas) .
?'II give 'em a cheer for Erin,
And brandish mo old green sasl .
Do I know who it is??79 playing?
I don't?and I hardly care;
For when Irishmen fight each otliei
I'd break a leg to be there.
GEORG F. TREVOR.
W. B. enters Murphy, of Dartmouth, as one of our host young all
around performers. "He weighs 210 pounds, is fast, powerful and crafty
?a great forward; is the pitcher "who shut out Harvard without a hit or
run ; is a hammer-thrower and a shot-putter of high class." Who has an
entry to top him?
The Cornell football team desires the service of an expert investigator
to discover n slight Thanksgiving wherefore. Only a miracle worker need
Asking a Why
A returned voyager writes us that Joe Beckett will trim Dempsey
sure. "He knows more about boxing and he can hit as hard," the comment
follow?. "They say that McGoorty was in no condition. How can a man
be cut to ribbons and still last seventeen rounds if he is in no condition?"
They said Jack Johnson was in no condition when he lasted twenty-six
rounds against Willard.
There is likely such a thing as condition?and condition.
The Roughest Road
"What eleven had the toughest schedule to face this season';" a iide
1 liner asks.
Pittsburgh?beyond any debate.
Take a brief slant at this successive array: West Virginia Univer
j sity, Syracuse, Georgia Tech., Lehigh, W. and J., Pennsylvania and Penn.
j State. If you can find a rougher road than this for a fall campaign we'd
greatly esteem the answer.
The melancholy days are now approaching for Jim Thorpe?when he
has practically nothing to do between the football and the baseball
seasons except play basketball and go hunting. If the confinement irks
him too much he might entice. Jack Dempsey into a midwinter joust by
way of killing off at least one afternoon.
Don't forget on the sido that the smaller colleges do tiosi ? ?' the
travelling and play most of their game upon the otheV fellow's reserva?
tion. A eoml .-. ? which is rarely considered to be of any vast help.
"Various methods have been attempted to assist golfers in keeping
their eyes upon the ball." Has any one ever tried painting a Scotch high?
ball on the truculent pill?
In the mean time, nothing further has been heard from Babe Ruth
? since he faded into the West with the last echo of "20,000 a year"
tossed back upon the breeze. Quite a number of fences are anxious to
secure a few additional details, if the same are at hand.
How time skids! We still recall four or five years ago accumulating
a daily batch of mail, all of a slighting nature, for suggesting that with
fair trial the orwari pass could be turned into a strong scoring play.
" has given Colgate alone five touchdowns over Cornell, Princeton and
Dartmouth. The total uumbe* isn't listed yet, but the count i- : igh.
In a great many quarters the news is being quietly received that "the
j baseball magnates are preparing for a winter league fight." Receiving
i this annual news with intense calm is one of the easiest things we ever do.
To observe the American League in a wild winter turmoil, with the
National League sailing serenely over smooth seas, is another one of
Penn Works Out
In Rain for First
Time This Season.
Special (" m m.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. '.'.-Coa,'-.
Bob Folwell to-day sent two Penn
elevens flopping through mud and
water for an hour and a half of stiff
signal practice on Franklin Field. It
was the first drill in the mud and rain j
that Pcnn has held this season. Pre?
viously, on rainy days, Folwell kept his
A heavy fog hung over the field ? ur
ing the practice. There was nothing1
secret about it, hut few dared the in- I
clement weather to glimpse, tho bat?
tered Red and Blue huskies. The ef?
fect was very nearly that of a secret !
drill, and Folwell took advantage ox
an opportunity to rehearse several
One 02* these plays is based on Hol?
brooke momentary fumble drew in the
in the Penn-Dart mouth game. Hol
brook's momentary rumble drew in the j
Penn secondary defense and had the
confusing effect of a delayed pass. On
theory the new Penn play is expected
to produce the same result, but the
man with the ball does not tumble. It I
will remain for Pitt this Saturday to ;
discover what he does do.
Except for Hobey Light, who is still
in bad shape, all the Penn regulara :
were in uniform. Joe Strauss took
Light's place in the backfield. The two
?Vtiller brothers and Hopper played
ends; Titzel and Little, tackles; Thomas
and Alex Wray, guards; Lud Wray,
center, and Captain Bell, Derr, Brui nei
and Strauss were in the backtield.
To-morrow afternoon the Penn squad
"ill leave ?'or Pine Valley, X. J.,X?*nd
remain there until Saturday morning.
Pine Valley is a remote section of New
?7ers ... twelve miles from Camden, and:
is safe from prying e e .
- The public saie of tickets for th.? Pitt
game will start to-morrow. Already
the Penn students have bought up many
of the pasteboards, handing in their j
"A A" books and getting two tickets i
for the price of one.
Hol brook? V o u ngs trom
Will ?Not Oppose Brown
HANOVER, \\ H. \*ov. II. The!
period of ret : "... ti ? Dartmouth foot
ball regula i eontii i ?? afternoon,
8 nd after t \ > daj ' ? ,-i k on he inj ui ic
i 7 Holbrook and \ oui gstown '2 wa
announce, this afternoon that they
will not be in condition to start against
This leaves the Creen without a pun?
ter in the iirst string line-up. Eck
berg has punted a little during the ?
season, but his kicks are undependable. j
In this afternoon's workout, which was !
held on the campus because of the mud- \
\ dy condition of the football field \
Gruniiman and Schulung were worked i
| incessantly in an effort to get them j
j into as fast a shifting combination as j
To-morrow will see the regulars back I
"ht work, and Coach Spears will then be
able to see how his new light backfield
wi'J go behind the varsity line.
Stevens Has Work-Ou?
Despite Kuin and Mud
Coach Durborow had the Stevens'
! football squad out for practice in the
drizzling rain yesterday, giving them
! the advantage of a work-out with a
! slippery ball and heavy field. Signal
; drill held sway for the first part of the
: afternoon behind closed gates, the
! plays to be used against New York
! University being introduced. Little
headway was made owing to the mist
and early darkness, which were blamed
for the many fumbles. The electric
lights wer" finally turned on, with
better re ults.
Owing to. Degh ?< ' - derful ow?
ing in the < oiumbii game In was bat k
at ! - old po: itioi of halfback, re 7. ?
ing Bajus,. li - rtrni
crubs ti ,s .-. ound up , In da;
work, Deghuec and Bio ere the only
'" : \> '"? eou'd move around on the
soggy field, but the varsity had to be
i c intent witnout scoring on their
? sparring mates.
?Yale - Princeton ^S11
Tl?dtst? ? J*?*'? Tirltet Offl?, Normandie Hot?l,
I Uro?lwaj _a,l 38th StroeU Thoue 4149 Ureeley.
An Easy Drill
On Soggy Field
! Coaches Afraid to Take
Chance With Slippery Go?
ing; Stan Kerk in Togs
Special Cv " , ?? '
PRINCETON, '?:. .!., N'ov, LI,
: ? ?cc Day wa tel ? ' bj an i ?
drill for the Tiger varsity. Bill Rop? r'j
plans, which called for threi ? al
outa this week, were upset when i
came to-day in place of the snappy
article which the weather man
been serving up of late, and the Tigi r
mentor was afraid to take: a chanc?
by sending h in men through a stiff
scrimmage on the apongy playing
It '.vas back to fundamentals '"i.a a
large part of the day. 1 he wh ?1
?tring was Eel fo woi k at 1 ?
foi a mi .a?1' port ion of a ? ift? i ?
i . ' crub backs, ca? i yi
skimmed down th< :? id over th?
c! alk marks and the varsity foi ? u I
lurched at them as well a: the ?
in the circumstances. ? ? ??
tackling in the Harvard game ?
much improved upon to-day, b
mud caked playing surface offered
Stan Keck, the huge tack'.' wl
been on the side lines during th? pa
two weeks, has atyout recoyi r .1
the injury which incapacil .
and ? as roaming abc a
th - afl err.?...: in ' ogs. 'J lie
itaff did not lei
ii avy action, howe\ er but le 1
prevalenl thai he rill b a:
... regul . po it at 1
gainst the Eli^.
Post moi ? ems do no .'in ga
; idging from the al
a. . s, Trimble and Jack Strubing a:
>.'. ik::.i5 up the > !rin ? 1er
tack last Saturday and from the ?. orl
a' these player- in smearing a forward
pass attack launched by the
teairi backfield, it is an > pe quesl m
among the Princeton tudents as to
v. aether or not. the pass that enabled
Casey to score Harvard's touchdown
would have ?,a>r.e through i." Referee
B ii Langford had not called 7
out of the game by mistake.
The scrub backs tossed
on behind the protecting wall <-?;' th ?
car " y line and the ei re
: ? .i was ..a ; hi defei
ke < ?aliaban, > ? etched
..a; last Saturday . - I ed ;'
re i oval, was back i old
ii i lie -. - e this aftern? : . In
; ? a the water-soaked -
lire. . a hi he ive ith s ich a
that ii is practically assured ' .
and not Whitey Thoma3 will
against i ai".
The make-up of the ... "a wa
de I eal with that which answer
opening whistle in the Harvard
Dickinson, who alternated wil B ?
at left guard to-day, may win first ...
at the post during the week, b .
only change, barring in at is
practically certain a. '?? ? made is the
replacing of Puft'v Bigler :?? a:' I
The men have appeared I
tin; practices of yesterday and
and Roper is going - i
morrow's work-out with keei nt? ?
to se?* if three suon coi ti -??
Colgate, West Virginia and J1..'
games in it raw are too much to
>:' a t'x'rm:.
May Regain Po*t
On Varsity Team
Special Com . lence
WEST POINT, N. Y.. Nov. 11.?The
Army football squad had a hard work?
out on a muddy field to-day. Four
teams were sent through a fighting
scrimmage. Time after time the big
team was forced to carry the bail from
one end of the field to the I ?ei
against a strong scrub team.
It seems that the caraches are ,; ? ? .--.
mined to make or break the ti . :
is felt that ilte only way to ?
t: o many glaring : lults that ?, op?, i . .
in the game last Saturda;
: a,i hard scrimmaging. ..,- .
non-performance on the part
pla ers was accepted to-day. ?
were camping on their heels .
ing them for all they we ?.
During the practice Vogel and SI ?
hacker, of the varsity, succumbed to
slight injuries, whiie Spettle, Hask? 11
and Singer, of the scrubs, joined the
It was reported that Bryan and Blaik,
who have been sick in the hospital
since last week, may not be able to
rejoin the squad again this : ea on.
Breidster and Pitzer are being specially
groomed to take Bryan's place al gu trd
while Captain George may be
from quarterback on the second ej ?vi n
to end to fill Blaik's berth.
Values speak louder than
it's a curious thing that
with all clothing prices so
high, there's actually less
difference than ever be?
tween the pi lees of poor
clothing and ?ne.
The cheaper cloths gen?
erally have advanced more
than the finer fabrics: labor
cost, which is always a
larger factor as the quality
of raw materials declines,
bears heaviest upon the
lower grade goods in this
season of universal increase
To the advantage which
fine clothing generally has
this season in value per
dollar, add the special ad?
vantages which we enjoy
in purchasing and you un?
derstand something of why
we're so proud of the values
we offer in our clothing for
men and boys.
Besides the best fabrics
America produces, we've a
most surprising showing
from the Scotch and Eng?
lish mills, which stool by
us so 103/aiiy all through
the war and kept our goods
coming, even in the most
Rogers Peei Company
at 13th St. ' Four at 34th 5*
Broadway Corners th A ?
at Warren 11 ?lst S:
Colgate Men Hoi?!
Fast S c r i ni ni age
On Yhnldv Gridiron
HAMILTON*, X. Y., Nov. 11.?i
n: iddy fie i impeded the Colgate foot?
ball squad in its practice this aftei
noon. The morning rain left a gridiron ?
- practice progressed be?
lippery mud. It j-. .
the playera unt i they were unrecof
ut*her hindered plav
earn li ?he ? rid went I
that th? of 1
and 1 ? ices i
the regulars. Hanson
? i-; getting into his stride, after earifj
1 . ti es. Browne, who has tern- j
porarily replaced Woodman at center,
is a little heavier than Woodman, i?
aggressive and is accurate in forward
Toward the close of practice Baird,
Anderson and W< st ?gat >- much * ?? I
straight kicking, and a steadj im
prov imei 2. eable in
10I ??? . ?qua ;
guard Brewer, who v :. I
k Rus .
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